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The Championship is now 12 games old as we endure the latest international break in the season.
That makes it the perfect time to see who is impressing in terms of travelling supporters.
Leeds United fans always assume they have the best fans especially on social media, but the facts actually say that Aston Villa are leading the way this season.
Twitter account @EFLStats has totted up every club's away following in the second tier up until last weekend's games, with villa taking an average of 2,732 fans with Leeds averaging 2,587 fans so far.
Bristol City have already had a few long trips and midweek matches so that places them further down with an average 1,077 supporters at away matches.
Here's the full list from the 2018/19 season so far.
1 Aston Villa 2732
2 Leeds United 2587
3 Sheffield Wednesday 2447
4 Stoke City 2190
5 Derby County 2007
6 Nottingham Forest 1946
7 West Brom 1906
8 Sheffield United 1685
9 Bolton Wanderers 1546
10 Norwich City 1511
11 Middlesbrough 1475
12 Blackburn Rovers 1390
13 Wigan Athletic 1333
14 Birmingham City 1246
15 QPR 1099
16 Bristol City 1077
17 Millwall 1059
18 Ipswich Town 1032
19 Reading 897
20 Swansea City 817
21 Rotherham United 789
22 Hull City 776
23 Brentford 701
24 Preston North End 576
Obviously these idiots are oblivious to the fact that these figures will dramatically change over our next two away fixtures We are set take 7,500 to Blackburn & around 5,000 to Wigan
No way Villa or any other championship club will come close to those figures
The other point to consider is we've had restricted ticket allocations at every away game apart from Sheff Wed this season
Leeds fans could have filled The Den & the KC Stadiium if we had more than 2,000 tickets allocated
We sold 4,700 tickets in less than half an hour for our Hillsborough clash, similar scramble for tickets for our visits to Blackburn & Wigan too!